Lord Jamar: J Cole's "Fire Squad" Cosigns My White Hip Hop Views

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http://www.vladtv.com - Lord Jamar spoke about the impact of J. Cole's "Fire Squad" song in this clip from his exclusive interview with VladTV.

Lord Jamar believes that J. Cole basically cosigned everything that he's been saying in his previous VladTV interviews about White people being "guests in the house of Hip Hop." He then spoke about how the emergence of Elvis was "a dream for the machine" in order to have the ability to sell "Black sh*t through White people." Jamar believes that this is the same mentality that is occurring in today's society.
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Kudbe Worse
(18 days ago)
Look at it this way. If Black music had stayed in the hand of it
originators the economic separation of the races would not exist. Let me
give an example. It started in the fields ie. Negro spirituals. Then came
the Blues a free mans expression of hard times and struggle. then came Jazz
which is freestyle music, which morphed into Rock and Roll with the advent
of the electric guitar. Then out of the Caribbean came Reggae which is the
songs of freedom and struggle. Disco occupied the same time but was about
partying your cares away. From disco comes Hip Hop a music that was so
Anarchist that we Took others musical arrangement and looped the best part
to voice the struggles of the times. What does this have to do with white
people? They have appropriated every sound and made Billions from it. If we
would have maintained ownership we would own the American Music Industry
and as a people be in an economic position to make changes. Just Sayin
Andy Dominguez (18 days ago)
Oh no! 2 white rappers have become famous! The takeover has already
started! You fucking idiots...
MRuNEVER SEEnHIM (18 days ago)
Why it got to be WHITE vs BLACK !!! i think nowadays it should be WHITE &
BLACK vs THE POLICE !!!
Murakulus (18 days ago)
J Cole wasn't implying that white people have no place in hiphop or other
forms of black music… he was saying that white artist are getting more
notoriety and accolades for a lower quality of music than their peers
Aleks Pilat (18 days ago)
J cole has bitten everyone who came b4 him. Motherfucker woke up one day
and just started spitting, no influences, no imitation, no innovation,
acting like he's all original. If your all original than what the fuck are
you doing hip hop/rap for? All innovation is founded on prior work, you can
step into any field and just make groundbreaking work until you are
familiar with the work that has already been done b4 so u can build off of
that. 
Jnixongo00 (18 days ago)
Anyone recall in the 50s bfore Motown really poppd they would have black
acts record n on the album cover put white ppl. I KEEP TELLING YALL WHITE
PPL WANTED TO EXTERMINATE US AFTER SLAVERY YALL KEEP JOCKEYING FOR
INCLUSION BETTA WAKE THE FUCK UP!!!
Omar Scruggs (17 days ago)
one thing im confused is that Lord Jamar is very pro black and pro
hiphop....which is all good but his main forum for media is vlad Tv, which
is a white dude. so shouldnt he be checking Vlad for in a lot of ways
exploiting black culture....idk...just a thought 
Swankkkk (18 days ago)
This nigga swears he done started a movement lmao
Ranny ran (18 days ago)
WHITE PEOPLE MADE IT ABOUT WHITE VS BLACK......THATS WHY.
Albert McFallin (18 days ago)
If one can rap and make music that people feel whether they are white or
black then they just can. Saying white people have no place in hip hop is
like saying blacks have no business in corporate America. I get that hip
hop was started within our community but if it were to remain strictly to
and for us then it should have never branched out to make money and grab
others attention. It should have remained in the hood if that is the case.
I love my people but it does not matter the color, if you can rap then you
can. Some people are mad that they are blowing up more than they're
counterparts but that's not really their fault, that would be the fan's
fault because without them they can not blow up. It's a place for
everything me because everyone struggles and can make music about it or
everyone can make feel good music. Just enjoy.
James Duro (18 days ago)
This ignorant bald goof is all for anything with black supremacy and
shitting on white folks smh

RyanMcDonald100 (18 days ago)
to hate white rappers just cause they white is racist anyone who doesn't
think so is ignoring as fuck
Eric B. aka Quaashee (17 days ago)
Love this brother Lord Jamar he always keeps it 100 and I could listen to
him all day.
Daraghkeed (18 days ago)
Cole is a modern day 2pac honestly listen to the way he speaks 
Brandon Eldorado (13 days ago)
nothing hurts white people more than the truth.
the truth is we are no saying whites can't be in hip hop.
the problem is they copy us (blacks) and are NOT AS GOOD. but get double
the credit recognition and accolades.
the reason we are so defensive about this is because WE DONT OWN SHIT
them white folks stole everything we had when we got here.
and to see music and culture we make get appropriated it breaks our heart.
we will continue to speak light into darkness, and continue to tell the
truth in face of lies.
Duffelbag Trappa (18 days ago)
black people we are american muzik we started every form of muzik in
amerikka and deeze krackaz stole it n brand it az if it is thurr own but
wuut ya expect wen we were in slave fo 400yrs and oppress anutha 200 least
yall krackaz can dew iz let us have hip-hop go fukkn make up rock-n-roll
band or summ shyt i swear krackaz idolize us but talk shyt cuz dey cant be
us 
Papparazzi18 (18 days ago)
I agree with Lord Jamar except he didn't mention 2 MAJOR details. 1. Eminem
got hot when he was flowing like Masta Ace (google him kids) 2. There are
hundreds of white rappers that you've never heard of because they aren't
good. No matter what your skin color is you have to have talent AND appeal 
TrellbfieldArts _ (18 days ago)
black people made rock&roll. it was an offshoot of jazz and blues.
but it was easier "sold" to white audiences with white people. elvis was
the guy to sell it. 
DOORKITTYFILMS army (13 days ago)
what this dumbass doesnt get is white people drive hiphop we buy 75 percent
of the records we stop rap is over dont bite the hand that feeds you stupid
- And i mean STUPID AS FUCK 
Digitaltiger777 (18 days ago)
all race/skin color aside...eminem obliterates j.cole and his daddy jayz!

the severely overrated clone jcole (who bites everybody's style i.e. a poor
man's kanye) has no soul and only raps to be famous/popular.

true story.
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